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Parques y naturaleza en Valais

Ski Area
“There is nothing like Aiguille du Midi. Magnificent, steep rocky tower reaching over 3800m, that anywhere else would be an elusive climbing goal, but in Chamonix you can get there with a cable car. Already the station is quite impressive, with the 360 degrees panorama, glass box over the cliff and the famous bridge. Now the views all around the valley, including iconic Mont Blanc are just breath taking. It's also where many climbers and skiers start their extreme trips. NOTE: It gets really cold up there and it is worth checking the web cameras to make sure that the upper station is not in the clouds. Reservations are possible to avoid the queues in high season.”
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Pool
“A water park that will keep the kids (and adults!) happy for hours. Water slides, wave machines, a lazy river and a wellness centre, there's something for everyone. A restaurant offers food and drink all day long.”
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Mountain
“Matterhorn is the most scenic and iconic peak of Switzerland. Book a paragliding trip with us and see it from the air! ”
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Mountain
“Its the best panoramic view on lake Geneva. The spot offers a nice restaurant and if you want you can even rent and sleep in one of the Mongolian yurts. You can either walk-up from Montreux (4-5 hours) or take the "Goldenpass" rack railway from Montreux (30min).”
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Restaurante
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“A visit to the Schilthorn and it's revolving restaurant is a must. Built for the movie Her Majesties Service, this iconic building with Bond world is a great outing. Try the Thrill Walk at the mid station of Birg”
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Mountain
“A rail journey from Wengen, dramatic scenery to delight; all change at the mountain pass of Kleine Scheidegg. Tunnel upwards amazingly through the Eiger and Mönch, a passage hewn by pickaxe and completed in 1912. Look out of Eiger north wall and over a sea of ice. Alight at the highest railway station in Europe at 3,454 metres. Standing on the Sphinx Observation Deck, the Aletsch Glacier stretches before us, a remnant of the Ice Age, hollowed out and sculpted for the Ice Palace. ‘On clear days, views extend as far as the Vosges mountains in France and Germany’s Black Forest.’* Experience a 360o panorama feature of the mountain world, visit Lindt Swiss chocolate heaven and depending on the season, hike on the glacier or ski, sledge, zipline at the Snow Fun Park. Travel:             - Tickets can be purchased online or at the train station in Wengen Train from Wengen to Kleine Scheidegg (yellow train) Train from Kleine Scheidegg to Jungfraujoch (red train) Journey time: 1 hour 11 minutes Features: Alpine Sensation: A 250-meter long adventure connects the Sphinx Hall to the Ice Palace and showcases the development of tourism in the Alps and the history of the Jungfrau in a series of experience alcoves. Open 365 days. Sphinx – 3571m above sea level: This glass observation hall provides 360-degree panoramic views overlooking the neighbouring countries of France, Germany and Italy as well as over the Alpine UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 22km long Aletsch glacier. Furthermore terraces surrounding this hall offer guests a closer look from outside on good weather days. Open 365 days. Jungfrau-Panorama: An audio-visual takes you on a journey through the alps. Experience and explore the beauty of nature and the anomalies of this location. Ice Palace: The 1000 square meter hand-made ice palace is reached by a blue staircase with arched rocks which slowly disappears transforming into the ice of the glacier. The carving began in 1930s by two guides with an ice axe and saw. Unfortunately they never finished the carving in its entirety. An everlasting world of ice twinkles before your eyes as you move from long corridors into cavernous rooms and halls filled with niches and ice sculptures. Open all year. Snow Fun – Top of Europe: Experience winter sports in summer. Take a trip on the steel cable over crevasses, or ski, snowboard and sledge through the Snow Fun Park. Eigerwand: This station is located at a height of 2865 meters and offers an observation point with views over Kleine Scheidegg, Männlichen, and Grindelwald stretching all the way to the Thunersee. Dining: Restaurants include: Crystal with Swiss cuisine and international menus. Open all year. Aletsch Selfservice with wide variety of food and views of the Aletsch Glacier and surrounding mountains. Open all year. Restaurant Bollywood offering a buffet with a wide selection of Indian specialities. Open April till October.”
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Parque
“A huge cave you can walk through, in summer​ you can base jump and climb on nets over the river ”
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Mountain
“walk up the steep path under the Brevant lift - not for the faint hearted (requires a bit of a clamber/scramble at the top - no reopes required). Chill at the top and enjoy a beer at the mid station, before getting the cable car back down.”
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Mirador
“Jungfraujoch! The highest train station in Europe. This is a VERY crowded place to visit as it's one of the most heavily visited tourist spots in Switzerland. It's a pricey train ticket, but worth the trip if you can justify it. Many people travel from around the world solely to see the Jungfraujoch. PRO TIP: take the very first train up for the best chance of good weather and to beat the peak tourist times. ”
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Lake
“This fantastic lake is a must see in the Valais. The largest underground (inside a mountain) lake in Europe, enjoy a wonderful boat ride to the end of the lake. The ambience and tranquillity of is amazing.”
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Ski Area
“It's stunning whether you are skiing or not. A new red run has opened for 2018.”
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Waterfall
“ten cascades in heart of mountain A series of ten glacier-waterfalls thundering down inside the heart of the mountain. The Trümmelbach drains the glacier defiles of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau Mountains. The falls are accessed from the Lauterbrunnen Valley floor by lift and are illuminated. Long summer season opening. Travel:-     Tickets can be purchased online or at the train station in Wengen Entrance tickets can be purchased directly at the waterfalls Train from Wengen to Lauterbrunnen (yellow train) Bus from Lauterbrunnen to Trümmelbach Falls (yellow bus) Journey time: 39 minutes”
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Jardín
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“In der öffentlich zugänglichen Anlage des Tropenhauses werden Wärme liebende Fische und Pflanzen in einem tropischen Klima gezüchtet.”
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Sendero
“It is nothing like you've ever seen or visited before. An ancient man-made irrigation channel, renovated recently, along the side of the mountain. ”
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Ski Area
“Trotti-Biken, Kletterpark, Wanderwege, Skifahren; https://www.adelboden.ch/de/s/aktiv-sommer”
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Lake
“Beautiful small trout lake with vivid blue-green waters in the forests of the Kander valley.”
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